Blake Kuchta : Fashion Model
He was born on January 8, 1979, in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and is an American model. He started his career strutting the runways of Milan for designers “Versace” and “Calvin Klein”. Then as well as gracing the pages of numerous magazines including “10 Men Magazine” “GQ Style”, and “L’uomo Vogue”. The highlights of his modeling career were the shoot with indie rock sensation, Beth Ditto, for “Pop magazine” photographed by Steven Klein; big campaigns for “Pinko”; and his ads for “D&G”.
He is signed with Vision Los Angeles, Traffic Models Barcelona and New York Model Management New York. His mother agency is Vision Management Group in Minneapolis.
In 2007 blake appeared in the fall ad campaign for PINKO.In 2008 he appeared in an editorial for the December issue of L’Uomo Vogue that was called My Playground – The Unauthorized Miami Diary that was photographed by Bruce Weber.In 2009 he appeared in an editorial for the soring issue for GQ Style UK that was called Vertigo that was photographed by Phil Poynter.
Blake appeared in an editorial for the June issue of 10 Men Magazine that was called Man Poses as CPR Dummy to Meet Women that was photographed by Alexei Hay. Later he appeared in an editorial for the September issue of Z Magazine that was photographed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer.In 2010 he walked the spring shows for Calvin Klein and Duckie Brown. He walked the fall shows for Calvin Klein and Perry Ellis. He appeared in an editorial for the October issue of Men’s Uno Hong Kong that was called Blake.In 2012 he appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of Doingbird that was photographed by Jack Pierson.
In 2013 blake appeared in an editorial for the September issue of W Magazine that was called Love In All The Wrong Places that was photographed by Steven Klein.Then in 2014 he appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of Man of the World that was called True West that was photographed by Ben Weller. He walked in April for the Jeffrey Fashion Cares Show. Later in 2015 he appeared in an editorial for the April issue of Client Magazine that was called Lone Ranger that was photographed by Karl Simone.